May 24, 2024
Food Recipe

Homemade Aluwa Recipe

Aluwa is a sweet rice cake made of rice flour. This is another delicious sweet made for Sinhala and Tamil New Year. Traditionally it is a sweet most suitable to eat with a cup of black tea. While most of the other sweets are fried, aluwa doesn’t use oil. Following recipe is the most basic

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Homemade Mung Kavum Recipe

Mung means green gram and kavum is the deep fried sweet made with it. Mung Kavum is a very old Sinhala and Tamil New Year sweet. It is a deep fried sweet presented also in wedding receptions and for auspicious events like pirith. Following recipe is a traditional recipe which uses more kithul treacle and

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Homemade Kokis Recipe

Kokis is a crispy, savory, golden brown avurudu sweet made during Sinhala and Tamil New Year in every household. It is said that Kokis was invented around the time when the Dutch were in power. Kokis comes from a dutch word which can be translated into “cookies”. Sri Lankans make their new year sweets with

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Delicious Recipe for Sri Lankan Kottu: A Street Food Favorite

Sri Lankan kottu is a popular street food dish that is made with chopped roti (flatbread) and a variety of vegetables, meats, and spices. It is a staple of Sri Lankan cuisine and can be found at street food stalls and restaurants throughout the country. To make Sri Lankan kottu, you will need: Next, add

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Authentic Recipe for Sri Lankan Milk Rice

Sri Lankan milk rice, also known as kiribath or kiripath, is a traditional Sri Lankan dish that is made with rice and coconut milk. It is often served at special occasions, such as weddings and celebrations, and is a staple at many Sri Lankan homes. To make Sri Lankan milk rice, you will need: To

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